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The best places to watch the World Cup 2018 for free
The greatest sporting event IN THE WORLD is two weeks in and has already given us plenty of reason to cheer, scream and celebrate over England’s performance. However, since we are not able to hop on the plane to watch the World Cup in Russia, we mums have had to make do with watching it from home.
However, as mums we always want to make an occasion out of a big event like the World Cup 2018. If you fancy taking the whole family out to watch the football, we’ve listed some of the best places to watch the World Cup 2018 for free:
Tropicana Beach Club, London
Nothing says summer more than the Tropicana Beach Club and watching the World Cup live from their giant screens with surround sound! Offering free entry, there will also be happy hours, a themed World Cup menu and much more making it the perfect footie day out in London. For more information please click here.
Riley’s is one of the biggest sports bars in Liverpool that won’t just be showing the World Cup on their screens, but as a sports bar there are a load of games for you to get stuck into in between the matches. One minute, you could be cheering and screaming at the game on their mass of large HD screens, the next you could be playing pool on their tables. This venue has plenty to offer!
Eleven’s passion for sport means no matter what sport you’re into, Eleven’s is always the place to watch it – and it’s no different for the World Cup! With the latest visual, audio and fibre-optic technology, Eleven’s offers the best sports viewing experience in the city. On top of that, it’s a family friendly venue. You can find out more here.
The Picturedrome, Northampton
The Picturedrome remains one of the Midlands most unique venues and is now offering the chance to watch the World Cup 2018 on their 14ft HD screen where you can watch all the games live in a room packed full of football fans. You can read more here.
Café Kick, London
London really is the place to be to watch the World Cup! Shirts, scarfs and other football memorabilia from across the globe don the walls in a place where nations comes together to create a truly worldly atmosphere for this prestigious event. Click here to find out more.